Introduction: What is Integrative Learning?
Integrative learning is to engage students with interdisciplinary projects through innovative design thinking process and problem-solving inquiry. This learning can be facilitated by faculty-led cross-collaborations and students-led intellectual interactions.
One: Why I do Service Learning
- student engagement
- student retention and completion
- community outreach
- soft / marketable skills
Two: How I integrated service learning
- two tracks / student choice,
- relevant writing
- unit focus
Why we decided to collaborate
Theme of course(s): Environmental Justice
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"Environmental justice the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income, with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies" (US EPA)
1) "the same degree of protection from environmental and health hazards"
2) "equal access to the decision-making process to have a healthy environment in which to live, learn, and work."
- Working with students in climate change
- Engaging students in public spheres and a social justice paradigm
- Guiding students to generate their projects and build a writer's identity
Created with images by Chris Barbalis - "This file is autorized by email" • Green Chameleon - "Designer sketching Wireframes" • Ishan @seefromthesky - "Please don’t throw plastic, the harm will be faced my the next generation, not you and me." • Shane Rounce - "Team building at RGB Parkour Tour back in 2014." • Bookblock - "Weskin Notebook" • Ivan Bandura - "Forest's edge" • geralt - "business establishing a business startup"